Lasonic 931X Boom Box – 80s device, 21C look

Lasonic 931X White Boom Box, frontThe Boom Box, that staple of hip, street-style 80s music clips is revived by companies now and then, as with TDK’s BoomBox last year, and now Lasonic have released the 931X White Boom Box.

Lasonic 931X White Boom Box, angleThe Lasonic 931X adds a 21C twist, with an iPod / iPhone doc, and instead of the bank of 80s-style LEDs, they’ve gone instead with a veritable bank of coloured buttons and controls, that give the 931X a vaguely kid’s toy look.

It’s big, 16.6 x 65 x 36.5 cm (height x width x depth), with 2 x 15 watt speakers. Other features:

  • Supported USB flash disk & SD/MMC card to playback MP3 files
  • Display track names on LCD screen
  • Separate bass & treble controls
  • Full function remote control
  • iPod/iPhone control & charging
  • AM/FM/RBDS Tuner
  • Alarm clock with clock display
  • AUX OUT
  • Headphone jack output
  • Microphone input with volume & echo control

Don’t too excited if you actually like this device. One, they don’t ship to Australia. Two, only 100 of these have been made. Still, I thought you might like a look at the chunky beast.

If you’re reading this in the UK, the cost on the Lasonic 931X is £299.00.